After many football players were invited to play the new game early, Duty: Modern Warfare 2's first pictures were displayed in the game. \nOnline leaks of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II multiplayer screenshots. Thanks to a few esports competitors who violated the embargo, some photographs showing the multiplayer interface have been leaked. \n \nSpecifically, LA Rams player Cameron Dicker shared a picture from a specific event with the hashtag #CODPartner, lighting up the Modern Warfare II online lobby. Later, the photo was taken down, and a more straightforward, single-logo version was added. \n \nThe new release date for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is October 28, 2017. The Modern Warfare series revival from 2019 has a follow-up. A unique Warzone experience will also be debuting soon, according to Activision. The new Battle Royale, dubbed "Warzone 2" by fans, promises a fresh, community-built experience. \n \nOther images that were supposedly taken there have also appeared on the network. One of these images revealed the long-rumored DMZ mode, identical to Escape from Tarkov. \n \nIn general, there hasn't been much change since the modern conflict of last year, and the standard settings and options are still available. However, seeing a game code for small businesses here is interesting. Although the details are unknown, Modern Warfare's predecessor did not have this functionality. \n \nOther photos included a hazy shot of the new DMZ mode, which Infinity has not yet verified but is already speculated to exist even before the game was officially launched. \n \nOne of the new Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer maps, which looks to be on the map in the museum and into the museum, is also visible in the leaked image. On August 7, the next CDL Champs Championship Sunday will reveal full details on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.